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European Day of Languages
Vocabulary. Some main words in our 5 languages and English.
We celebrated European Day of Languages in our school on Friday. We drew the postcards. But, we also made the activity with swans. We composed white, red and blue swans. Then we put theese swans into the shape of our Slovak flag. And at the end they said a few sentences in English.
Enjoy learning languages!
..... MADE A LOT OF CARDS
..... AND POSTERS
We did a quiz show on European Day of Languages and these are prizes for the winners
Last friday we celebrated European Day of Languages in our school. The pupils in all classes made posters about the day, such as "English in our language", "How to say good morning in different languages", "Hello greetings in different languages", postcards for the day to our e-twinning partners, posters about our e-twinning friends, etc. Moreover, our English teacher, Ms. Maria Stalia made a presentation about the importance of the day and officially announced the beginning of an e-twinning project in our school and showed us a multi-lingual mini dictionary all pupils from the six partner schools made with some basic words in their languages.
European Day of Languages is always very busy day in our school. Usually our eTwinning Club prepare a schol play in English, this time it was a "Little Red Riding Hood" with a funny sountrack. It was very nice.
We also have a language competition, usually based on the movie.
During breaks, children take part in "Sweet lottery"- lots od quizzes, tonque twisters and songs. Children who know the answer win sweets.
And of course, this year we started this project with you dear friends. We prepared postcards for you and a presentation.
Last editor: Jurate Laurutiene